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SINGAPORE’S CONTRIBUTION TO INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION SINGAPORE’S CONTRIBUTION TO INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION

TECHNICAL COOPERATION Important Factor in the provision of Safe and Efficient Air Transport Services TECHNICAL COOPERATION Important Factor in the provision of Safe and Efficient Air Transport Services

SINGAPORE AVIATION ACADEMY (SAA) The Training Arm of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore SINGAPORE AVIATION ACADEMY (SAA) The Training Arm of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS)

OBJECTIVE OF SAA Ø Primary Objective To provide advanced and specialisedtraining to staff of OBJECTIVE OF SAA Ø Primary Objective To provide advanced and specialisedtraining to staff of the CAAS Ø Secondary Objective To support the progress of the aviation industry by extending the trainingprogrammesto other countries

MISSION OF SAA Provide Advanced and Specialised. Aviation Training Serve as a Forum for MISSION OF SAA Provide Advanced and Specialised. Aviation Training Serve as a Forum for knowledge and experience sharing and promote networking Establish alliances for developing joint programmes , securing experts and scholarships

ADVANCED AND SPECIALISED TRAINING Pioneer Ø CNS/ATM Seminar Ø Basic Aircraft Accident Investigation Course ADVANCED AND SPECIALISED TRAINING Pioneer Ø CNS/ATM Seminar Ø Basic Aircraft Accident Investigation Course Ø Advanced Aircraft Accident Investigation Course Ø Safety Oversight Managers Course Ø Safety Oversight Airworthiness Inspectors (Maintenance) Course Ø Safety Oversight Airworthiness Inspectors (Engineering) Course Ø Safety Oversight Flight Operations Inspectors Course Ø Safety Management System Course Ø Civil Aviation Chief Executives Programme

ADVANCED AND SPECIALISED TRAINING (Cont’d) New Ø Seminar on New Aviation English Proficiency Requirements ADVANCED AND SPECIALISED TRAINING (Cont’d) New Ø Seminar on New Aviation English Proficiency Requirements Ø Conference on ICAO Safety Audits on Air Traffic Services, Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation and Aerodromes Ø Airport Certification Course Ø Safety Audits Course

ADVANCED AND SPECIALISED TRAINING (Cont’d) On-site Training Ø On-site training on Reduced Vertical Separation ADVANCED AND SPECIALISED TRAINING (Cont’d) On-site Training Ø On-site training on Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum for air traffic controllers in Myanmar and Bangladesh

TOTAL NO. OF PARTICIPANTS TRAINED 1958 to-date No. of Participants : No. of Countries TOTAL NO. OF PARTICIPANTS TRAINED 1958 to-date No. of Participants : No. of Countries : 180 28, 000

OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS BY REGION America(295 participants) Anguilla Antigua & Barbuda Argentina Bahamas Barbados Belize OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS BY REGION America(295 participants) Anguilla Antigua & Barbuda Argentina Bahamas Barbados Belize Bolivia Brazil British Virgin Islands Canada Chile Costa Rica Cuba Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Grenada 1 3 4 2 3 4 5 13 1 30 1 7 3 1 2 2 1 1 Guatemala Guyana Haiti Jamaica Mexico Montserrat Netherlands Antilles Panama 1 Paraguay Peru St Kitts & Nevis 2 St Lucia St Vincent & the Grenadines Suriname Trinidad & Tobago Turks & Caicos Islands United States of America Venezuela 2 6 13 3 3 1 2 2 4 2 3 1 8 2 150 6

OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS BY REGION (Cont’d) Europe (393 participants) Albania Austria Armenia Azerbaijan Belgium Bulgaria OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS BY REGION (Cont’d) Europe (393 participants) Albania Austria Armenia Azerbaijan Belgium Bulgaria Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark France Finland Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Latvia 4 7 1 2 9 10 53 4 14 13 1 19 5 2 3 13 4 2 4 Lithuania Macedonia Malta Moldova Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russian Federation Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkmenistan Ukraine United Kingdom Uzbekistan 5 2 13 1 14 5 10 3 14 38 12 14 7 2 24 1 8 43 7

OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS BY REGION (Cont’d) Middle East(930 participants) Afghanistan Bahrain 68 Oman 125 Palestine OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS BY REGION (Cont’d) Middle East(930 participants) Afghanistan Bahrain 68 Oman 125 Palestine 24 2 Iran 42 Qatar 11 Iraq 6 Saudi Arabia 176 Israel 10 Syria 5 Jordan 106 Turkey 7 Kuwait 43 United Arab Emirates 272 Lebanon 3 Yemen 30

OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS BY REGION (Cont’d) Africa (1301 participants) Algeria 2 Guinea 3 Angola Benin OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS BY REGION (Cont’d) Africa (1301 participants) Algeria 2 Guinea 3 Angola Benin Botswana Burundi Burkina Faso Cameroon Cape Verde Comoros Congo (DR) Cote d’Ivoire Egypt Eritrea Ethiopia Gambia Ghana 11 2 190 4 1 6 6 2 1 2 54 3 40 24 55 Kenya Lesotho Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Nigeria Rwanda Sao Tome & Principe Senegal 88 26 7 1 5 45 1 111 4 3 48 66 8 5 1

OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS BY REGION (Cont’d) Africa (cont’d) Seychelles 45 Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS BY REGION (Cont’d) Africa (cont’d) Seychelles 45 Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe 1 12 67 82 23 80 5 6 61 23 71

OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS BY REGION (Cont’d) Asia Pacific(7037 participants) Australia Bangladesh Bhutan Brunei Darussalam Cambodia OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS BY REGION (Cont’d) Asia Pacific(7037 participants) Australia Bangladesh Bhutan Brunei Darussalam Cambodia China Cook Islands East Timor Fiji Guam Hong Kong SAR India Indonesia Japan Kiribati Korea (DPR) 132 174 49 776 96 509 23 7 134 9 340 133 640 30 25 4 Korea (Republic) Lao PDR Macao SAR Malaysia Maldives Marshall Islands Micronesia Mongolia Myanmar Nauru Nepal New Caledonia New Zealand Niue Northern Mariana Island Pakistan 332 82 175 674 232 4 2 42 200 15 216 1 58 11 1 87

OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS BY REGION (Cont’d) Asia Pacific (cont’d) Palau 4 Papua New Guinea Philippines OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS BY REGION (Cont’d) Asia Pacific (cont’d) Palau 4 Papua New Guinea Philippines Samoa Solomon Islands Sri Lanka Taiwan Thailand Tonga Tuvalu Vanuatu Vietnam 117 260 59 75 264 71 320 58 7 28 561

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE SHARING AND NETWORKING INTERNATIONAL COORDINATION AND COOPERATION When the Severe Acute KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE SHARING AND NETWORKING INTERNATIONAL COORDINATION AND COOPERATION When the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak hit Asia last year, the aviation industry in the Asia Pacific region faced its worst ever crisis.

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE SHARING AND NETWORKING (Cont’d) Singapore participates actively in ICAO international and KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE SHARING AND NETWORKING (Cont’d) Singapore participates actively in ICAO international and regional committees and groups: Ø ICAO Council Committees Technical Cooperation Committee – Ø Air Navigation Commission Ø ICAO Council Technical Committees – Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection Ø ICAO Council Study Groups – Special Group on Aviation War Risk Insurance Ø Air Navigation Commission Panels Flight Crew Licensing and Training Panel Separation and Airspace Safety Panel Ø ICAO Secretariat Study Groups Flight Operations and Airworthiness Model Regulation Study Group Funding of Accident Investigation Costs Study Group

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE SHARING AND NETWORKING (Cont’d) Ø ICAO Secretariat Study Groups (cont’d) Rescue KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE SHARING AND NETWORKING (Cont’d) Ø ICAO Secretariat Study Groups (cont’d) Rescue and Fire Fighting Study Group on Legal Aspects of CNS/ATM Systems Study Group on Unruly Passengers Ø Operations Group World Area Forecasts Systems Operations Group Ø ICAO Regional Groups Asia Pacific Air Navigation Planning and Implementation Regional Group Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum Task Force Revised ATS Route Structure - Asia to Middle East/Europe via the Middle East, South-of-the-Himalayas Task Force ICAO/IMO Joint Working Group on Harmonisationof Aeronautical and Maritime Search and Rescue

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE SHARING AND NETWORKING (Cont’d) HOSTING OF EVENTS SAA provides the venue KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE SHARING AND NETWORKING (Cont’d) HOSTING OF EVENTS SAA provides the venue and played host to the followin events: 2004 Ø ICAO-APEC AVSEC Seminar (31 Mar– 2 Apr 2004) Ø ICAO-AVSEC Auditors Course (5– 16 Apr 2004) Ø Seminar on. ICAO’s Technical Cooperation Programme(12 -14 Jan 2004) 2003 Ø ICAO Asia/Pacific Runway Safety and ATS Safety Management Seminar Ø IATA Regional Technical Conference

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE SHARING AND NETWORKING (Cont’d) 2002 Ø IATA Regional Coordination Group Meeting KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE SHARING AND NETWORKING (Cont’d) 2002 Ø IATA Regional Coordination Group Meeting Ø 13 th ICAO RVSM Task Force Meeting 2001 Ø 3 rd ICAO Asia Pacific ATN Seminar & Task Force Meeting Ø ICAO UNIDROIT Regional Seminar Ø ICAO Dangerous Goods Meeting Ø ICAO Dangerous Goods Seminar Ø 3 rd APANPIRG ATN Transition Task Force Meeting

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE SHARING AND NETWORKING (Cont’d) 2000 Ø 7 th APANPIRG CNS/ATM Implementation KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE SHARING AND NETWORKING (Cont’d) 2000 Ø 7 th APANPIRG CNS/ATM Implementation Coordination Sub Group Meeting Ø APEC Satellite Navigation & Communications (SN&C) Advisory Committee Task Force Meeting Ø CNS/ATM/IC/SG/7 Meeting Ø APEC Group of Experts Meeting on GNSS Ø RVSM Task Force Meeting

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE SHARING AND NETWORKING (Cont’d) SAA • Member of ICAO TRAINAIR Programme(since KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE SHARING AND NETWORKING (Cont’d) SAA • Member of ICAO TRAINAIR Programme(since 2000) • ICAO-endorsed Government Safety Inspector Training Centre (since June 2003)

SCHOLARSHIPS The SAA not only provides specialisedaviation training BUT also secures scholarships for overseas SCHOLARSHIPS The SAA not only provides specialisedaviation training BUT also secures scholarships for overseas trainees to attend training programmesat SAA

SCHOLARSHIPS Ø ICAO – Singapore Developing Country Training Programme Ø Singapore Cooperation Programme– provided SCHOLARSHIPS Ø ICAO – Singapore Developing Country Training Programme Ø Singapore Cooperation Programme– provided by the Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ø Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Japan International Cooperation Agency Ø Canadian International Developing Agency Ø Asian Development Bank/International Labor Organisation Ø Kuwait Fund Ø International Aviation Management Training Institute Ø Commonwealth Fund for Technical Cooperation Ø Regional Institute of Environmental Technology Ø US – Asia Environment Partnership Ø ICAO – United Nation Development Programme Ø European Union – Asian Civil Aviation Cooperation Project

SCHOLARSHIPS FROM 2001 - 2003 Scheme No. of Total Value Training Places ICAO-SIN MOU SCHOLARSHIPS FROM 2001 - 2003 Scheme No. of Total Value Training Places ICAO-SIN MOU 100 US$ Singapore Cooperation Programme 400 US$1, 200, 000 MFA-JICA TOTAL 50 550 US$ 500, 000 300, 000 US$2, 000

EXTENSION OF ICAO – SINGAPORE MOU In view of the resounding success of the EXTENSION OF ICAO – SINGAPORE MOU In view of the resounding success of the ICAO-Singapore Developing Country Training. Programme(2001 – 2003) Ø Programmeextended to 2004 – 2006 Ø Another 120 scholarships worth US$700, 000 will be made available

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 2004 Scheme ICAO-SIN MOU Singapore Cooperation Programme MFA-JICA TOTAL No. of Training SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 2004 Scheme ICAO-SIN MOU Singapore Cooperation Programme MFA-JICA TOTAL No. of Training Places Total Value 40 US$ 233, 000 122 US$ 500, 000 15 177 US$ 90, 000 US$ 823, 000

COURSES UNDER THE VARIOUS SCHOLARSHIP SCHEMES IN 2004 ICAO-SIN MOU • Seminar on CNS/ATM COURSES UNDER THE VARIOUS SCHOLARSHIP SCHEMES IN 2004 ICAO-SIN MOU • Seminar on CNS/ATM • Integrated Safety Management Systems Course • Civil Aviation Management Course • Safety Oversight Managers Course • Safety Oversight Inspectors (Maintenance/ Engineering/Flight Operations) Course

COURSES UNDER THE VARIOUS SCHOLARSHIP SCHEMES IN 2004 (Cont’d) Singapore Cooperation Programme • Seminar COURSES UNDER THE VARIOUS SCHOLARSHIP SCHEMES IN 2004 (Cont’d) Singapore Cooperation Programme • Seminar on CNS/ATM • Integrated Safety Management Systems Course • Civil Aviation Management Course • Safety Oversight Managers Course • Safety Oversight Inspectors (Maintenance/ Engineering/Flight Operations) Course • Search and Rescue Administrators Course • Search and Rescue Operations Course (Aeronautical) • Airport Terminal Operations Course • Aircraft Accident Investigation Course • Air Traffic Services Safety Management and Investigation Course

COURSES UNDER THE VARIOUS SCHOLARSHIP SCHEMES IN 2004 (Cont’d) Ministry of Foreign Affairs – COURSES UNDER THE VARIOUS SCHOLARSHIP SCHEMES IN 2004 (Cont’d) Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Japan International Cooperation Agency • Aeronautical Information Services Course

CONCLUSION Singapore recognisesthe importance of promoting and supporting aviation through Technical Cooperation. Singapore, through CONCLUSION Singapore recognisesthe importance of promoting and supporting aviation through Technical Cooperation. Singapore, through the SAA, will continue to work closely with ICAO and its Member States to foster a safer and more efficient global air transport system.

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